Monday, 17 February 2014

Photoshop elements and watermarks.

Evening all,
The Oth'half bought me Photoshop Elements for my laptop and taught me yesterday how to watermark my photos. He'd always done it for me before on his all singing & all dancing Photoshop but a quick search on You tube for how to do it on Elements 11 - and I was all set up.

So hopefully all my pictures for now on will be edited to perfection and watermarked to stop any sneaky digital thieves claiming my pictures as there own. (Although I'm not really sure what they would use them for??) I just need to find the right location now to photograph them in so they have the best light. So without further ado... here are a few more  creations to be showcased...

I made this card using the Some Odd Girl digital image of Tia coloured with Promarkers. Ava had just become a big sister to Baby brother Max. I kept it clean and simple with some flowery ribbon and Doodlebug lettering. Added a heart shaped button and some dots of liquid pearls to finish it off. 

I made this one for my gorgeous Goddaughter Lucy. She has recently started ballet and loves wearing her tutu as much as she loves Pink. I can't believe she is 3 already! The digital image is from Whimsy Doodles and coloured with Promarkers, I added some pink heart gems and paper shapes on the main section of the card and on the valley fold added a large hand cut "3" and a Happy Birthday greeting from Pebbles.  (

I made this card for a commission. I loved the way it came out! The image is from Tiddly Inks coloured with Promarkers and some die cut glittery clouds. The large number 3 was hand cut from American Crafts paper and attached to this cool shaped card. I added some Doodlebug lettering, ribbons and gems to finish it off. 

I actually added a Happy Birthday greeting on to this card but took the photo beforehand for some reason that now escapes me! I printed off several copies of this digital image to cut and layer like decoupage. I uses Echo Park dot papers and loved the colours of pink and aqua together. The ribbon is from Tilda that I got as a bargain at Hobbycraft. I die cut the letters from the same paper and added some stickles to make the water splashes sparkle. Finally, I mounted it onto pink Ombre paper and used a Letraset fine nib pen to add stitch effect details. 

All for now Monkeys, 

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